2019 – A “Happy Blue Year” (Coined by Michelle Loughery)

In Honor of Route Blue

By Lorrie Fleming “2019” is poised to be a ‘Gateway Year’for our freshly minted Route Blue, positioning itself for an infinite 2020 vision into the future, as seen through the eyes of Michelle Loughery’s “Master Plan”!  In all her wisdom, Michelle brilliantly sees beyond the naked eye and introduces light to a dark canvass and remarkably transforms pallor into color.

            Our integrated highway system has a new hue on its horizon, introducing a cultural color wheel that moves all aspects of society on an all-inclusive guideway.  The beloved ‘Mother Road’ has given birth to new lineage perched high upon her family tree. Coming alive here in BC, a renaissance is happening to our inherent highway corridor, reviving a sleeping giant into a global viewing screen destined to educate and retrace our vast inland heritage.  Along this homeland course, Michelle magically draws a dimensional mapping mechanism at our fingertips to guide us along a virtual tour to regenerate & capture the movements of a culture richly steeped in local folklore.  

            An invitation is soon to evolve to capture the interests of a generation enriched with stories that connect hearts of many origins & ethnicities transporting us through the ages.   Color Me Blue, and I shall connect-the-dots on a cultural journey that comes alive with knowledge and perpetual learning.  As the ‘Blue Year’ unfolds, Route Blue is bound to captivate the human interest that is permanently etched in the sands of time. Stay tuned for a ‘breath of blue’ to carry you along Canada’s own Mother Road…

Yours from the Inland Corridor of “Gold ‘n Blue Country” set deep in the Heartland of BC

Lorrie Fleming

One for the Road

AR:TROUTE BLUE with Highway Queen

Lorrie Flemming and her wonderful Husband Bob and their amazing dog are off to follow the blue and blog about the #destination Mural Town tour…
Dear my fellow bluers:

Enjoying the coastline art along the historic reaches of Monterey & adjoining town of Pacific Grove Cali.  The bike trail that joins the two beach cities features this great wall of interpretive vestiges steeped in local history.  Our next overnight stop is San Louis Obispo & Cambria, both strongly rooted in Spanish  culture., followed by my favourite colourful mural town of Exeter – steeped in agricultural history…may the journey implant permeant roots!

Sending love from the road,
Lorrie Fleming
One for the Road
Photos courtesy Bob Walker